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Barclay’s Absa reacts to paying LilWin to duplicate PYungs Atta Adwoa video

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Not long ago Kumawood actor turned musician Kwadwo Nkansah popularly known as LilWin released a video of his rendition of Bosom PYung’s “Atta Adwoa” song which went viral.

Unlike other renditions of the “Atta Adwoa” song, LilWin’s own has the logo of ABSA- a South African company that is set to take over from Barclays Bank in Ghana. This sparked controversies.

READ ALSO: A Plus blast Barclays Bank’s Absa for paying Lilwin to duplicate Bosom PYung’s ‘Ataa Adwoa’

Kwame A Plus drew the attention of many to the logo and blasted ABSA for paying LilWin to do a duplicate of the song whilst the company could have equally pay the crooner of the song Bosom PYung.

This complaint has reached the camp of ABSA. The company has addressed the issue via a press statement dissociating itself from the said video and people who may be behind it.

In the official statement released to address the issue, the company said they have no terms with the individual and that their logo should be removed from the video with immediate effect.

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Check out their press statement:

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